Suicide Pact

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An agreement to complete suicide by two or more individuals
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The double death comes after a string of suicide pacts where strangers agree to meet to end their lives using internet forums.
Paul Beaumaster said his client has admitted talking to at least 15 people online about suicide and entering into fake suicide pacts with 10 of them, five of whom are believed to have died.
She also said she had a car, posted her mobile phone number and revealed how she was ready to make a suicide pact.
PROBE: Police and fire officers at scene ALERT: Sign on the car window DEVASTATING: Joanne Lee, left, whose body was found in a car, above, with Stephen Lumb after what is believed to be a suicide pact.
Fisher admitted manslaughter but claimed it was not murder, using the failed suicide pact as a partial defence.
A LIVERPOOL student killed himself in what is believed to be Britain's first internet suicide pact, an inquest heard.
TWO strangers are thought to have gassed themselves after meeting on a suicide pact website, The People can reveal.
Working on wood panels with a mixture of water-based oil, gouache, and acrylic--sometimes adulterated with glitter and tiny stones--Bas depicts a couple in a graveyard preparing to carry out a suicide pact (The Lovers of Lyons) (all works 2004); what might be the aftermath of a double murder (The Kept Boy); and a bunker or mine filled with fencers (For You It Has Come to This).
Three friends, who consider themselves outsiders, form a suicide pact.
A HUDDERSFIELD man serving a life jail sentence has died in an apparent suicide pact.
An investigation was launched after two prisoners sharing a cell died in an apparent suicide pact yesterday.
A doting couple of 88 and 83 were found dead after an apparent double suicide pact.